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3 bedroom house on Lake Erie waterfront

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3 bedroom house on Lake Erie waterfront

Sightseeing
At the southernmost point of the Canadian mainland - Point Pelee National Park, experience nature like never before. Each spring, view flocks of migratory birds, joined in autumn by waves of vivid Monarch butterflies. In winter, wander the trails in solitude and catch the natural ice formations. In summer, bask on sandy beaches. Whether you cycle, paddle, or hike Canada’s second smallest and most ecologically diverse national park, you’ll be immersed in an unforgettable eco-adventure.
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Parc national du Canada de la Point-Pelée
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At the southernmost point of the Canadian mainland - Point Pelee National Park, experience nature like never before. Each spring, view flocks of migratory birds, joined in autumn by waves of vivid Monarch butterflies. In winter, wander the trails in solitude and catch the natural ice formations. In summer, bask on sandy beaches. Whether you cycle, paddle, or hike Canada’s second smallest and most ecologically diverse national park, you’ll be immersed in an unforgettable eco-adventure.
From historical sites to shops, nature walks, and night life, Pelee Island provides visitors with a myriad of opportunities. Whether taking a bike ride, going for a swim, browsing through the local shops or indulging in the food and drink that the Island has to offer, and wine tasting at the Pelee Island Winery. Pelee Island can satisfy your desire for calm and quiet or for new sights and sounds. Come and see why it is one of Canada’s Best Kept Secrets!
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From historical sites to shops, nature walks, and night life, Pelee Island provides visitors with a myriad of opportunities. Whether taking a bike ride, going for a swim, browsing through the local shops or indulging in the food and drink that the Island has to offer, and wine tasting at the Pelee Island Winery. Pelee Island can satisfy your desire for calm and quiet or for new sights and sounds. Come and see why it is one of Canada’s Best Kept Secrets!
Free admission. A birding trail borders 87 acres of unique Shorebird Habitat where water levels are actively managed to create mudflats, providing outstanding viewing opportunities. The nature centre has educational displays about flora and fauna typical to the region and the area is a great place for hiking, biking, picnicking, canoeing & kayaking, bird watching, fishing, and swimming.
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Hillman Marsh Conservation Area
1826 Mersea Rd 2
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Free admission. A birding trail borders 87 acres of unique Shorebird Habitat where water levels are actively managed to create mudflats, providing outstanding viewing opportunities. The nature centre has educational displays about flora and fauna typical to the region and the area is a great place for hiking, biking, picnicking, canoeing & kayaking, bird watching, fishing, and swimming.
Biking Wheatley does not have any dedicated bicycle trails but roads throughout the park are easily cycled. The park is an excellent stopping point during a cycle tour along the north shore of Lake Erie. Birding Wheatley Provincial Park is located on a major migratory bird route and therefore provides excellent bird watching opportunities. During spring and fall migrations you can view a variety of warblers, hawks, thrushes and flycatchers. Or watch herons and egrets wade in the shallows of creeks that wind their way through the park. Canoeing Wheatley is the site of a secluded coastal estuary, where a tangle of creeks flows through a southern style Carolinian forest. Paddle two loops through Boosey Creek to Sugar Creek; approximately 3.2 km. Discovery Program Join Park Staff for a Discovery Drop-in during the months of July & August. Bring along your Discovery Activity Book (or pick one up at the Drop-in), and use the equipment and materials provided to explore the park, observe plants and animals, and discover the wonders of nature. Take the Discovery Ranger Pledge and receive your very own Discovery Ranger Button! Fishing Boosey Creek and Sugar Creek provide great opportunities for fishing. Kids love to dip their lines and see what they can catch. The park participates in the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) Tackleshare program where you can borrow a fully rigged rod and reel. What a great way to introduce them to fishing! Lake Erie also provides great fishing opportunities; smelt, perch, pickerel, and rainbow trout are some of the main species found. You can venture out in your boat from the public boat launch or just fish off the pier at Wheatley Harbour; within minutes of the park. For some fishing fun, Wheatley runs an annual kids fishing derby usually held the last weekend in August. You can call the park at (519) 825-4659 for more information. Hiking Two hiking trails are located in the park. One along the landlocked creek system and the other winds through a mature Carolinian forest.
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Wheatley Provincial Park
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Biking Wheatley does not have any dedicated bicycle trails but roads throughout the park are easily cycled. The park is an excellent stopping point during a cycle tour along the north shore of Lake Erie. Birding Wheatley Provincial Park is located on a major migratory bird route and therefore provides excellent bird watching opportunities. During spring and fall migrations you can view a variety of warblers, hawks, thrushes and flycatchers. Or watch herons and egrets wade in the shallows of creeks that wind their way through the park. Canoeing Wheatley is the site of a secluded coastal estuary, where a tangle of creeks flows through a southern style Carolinian forest. Paddle two loops through Boosey Creek to Sugar Creek; approximately 3.2 km. Discovery Program Join Park Staff for a Discovery Drop-in during the months of July & August. Bring along your Discovery Activity Book (or pick one up at the Drop-in), and use the equipment and materials provided to explore the park, observe plants and animals, and discover the wonders of nature. Take the Discovery Ranger Pledge and receive your very own Discovery Ranger Button! Fishing Boosey Creek and Sugar Creek provide great opportunities for fishing. Kids love to dip their lines and see what they can catch. The park participates in the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) Tackleshare program where you can borrow a fully rigged rod and reel. What a great way to introduce them to fishing! Lake Erie also provides great fishing opportunities; smelt, perch, pickerel, and rainbow trout are some of the main species found. You can venture out in your boat from the public boat launch or just fish off the pier at Wheatley Harbour; within minutes of the park. For some fishing fun, Wheatley runs an annual kids fishing derby usually held the last weekend in August. You can call the park at (519) 825-4659 for more information. Hiking Two hiking trails are located in the park. One along the landlocked creek system and the other winds through a mature Carolinian forest.
On Lake Erie at the mouth of Cedar Creek enjoyed by many fishermen. A leisurely canoe trip from the Conservation area all the way to Cedar Beach takes about 1 hour with spectacular views of wetlands, forests, and wildlife along the way
Cedar Creek Conservation Area
On Lake Erie at the mouth of Cedar Creek enjoyed by many fishermen. A leisurely canoe trip from the Conservation area all the way to Cedar Beach takes about 1 hour with spectacular views of wetlands, forests, and wildlife along the way
A trail map is located near the large pavilion, showing various options for both walking and cycling. The longer walking trails travel up and down hills through secluded woodland and cross numerous foot bridges over meandering creeks before reaching the open grassland area. For a more rigorous workout, the extensive mountain-bike trails provide a challenge and are maintained by the Rocket Mountain Biking Club of Essex and Kent counties. Birding - Two Creeks enjoys some of the best birding during the spring and fall migrations, and provides a habitat for ring-necked pheasants, bobwhite quail and woodcocks. Common breeding birds include bobolink, meadowlark, Baltimore orioles, yellow and yellow-rumped warblers and willow flycatchers. Fall migrants can include any and all of the returning warblers, with northern saw-whet owls making regular appearances.
Two Creeks Conservation Area
21638 1 Kent Rd
A trail map is located near the large pavilion, showing various options for both walking and cycling. The longer walking trails travel up and down hills through secluded woodland and cross numerous foot bridges over meandering creeks before reaching the open grassland area. For a more rigorous workout, the extensive mountain-bike trails provide a challenge and are maintained by the Rocket Mountain Biking Club of Essex and Kent counties. Birding - Two Creeks enjoys some of the best birding during the spring and fall migrations, and provides a habitat for ring-necked pheasants, bobwhite quail and woodcocks. Common breeding birds include bobolink, meadowlark, Baltimore orioles, yellow and yellow-rumped warblers and willow flycatchers. Fall migrants can include any and all of the returning warblers, with northern saw-whet owls making regular appearances.
The 50 kms Chrysler Canada Greenway is the southern-most section of the Trans Canada Trail. It is one of Canada's most beautiful trails for hiking, biking, running, birding and cross country skiing, and in some areas, horseback riding. Located in the Essex Region, the Greenway joins 25 otherwise separate natural areas, including regional Environmentally Significant Areas and provincial Areas of Natural and scientific interest, and three watersheds. You'll see rich agricultural lands, historically and architecturally significant structures, award winning wineries and many other features that make the Essex Region unique.
Chrysler Greenway
The 50 kms Chrysler Canada Greenway is the southern-most section of the Trans Canada Trail. It is one of Canada's most beautiful trails for hiking, biking, running, birding and cross country skiing, and in some areas, horseback riding. Located in the Essex Region, the Greenway joins 25 otherwise separate natural areas, including regional Environmentally Significant Areas and provincial Areas of Natural and scientific interest, and three watersheds. You'll see rich agricultural lands, historically and architecturally significant structures, award winning wineries and many other features that make the Essex Region unique.
Food scene
Rated 4.8/5, this little restaurant serves delicious smoked and BBQ meat. Also try their poutine, and wash it all down with a Walkerville craft beer, all at a very reasonable price !
Renny's The Village Smokehouse
7 Talbot Rd W
Rated 4.8/5, this little restaurant serves delicious smoked and BBQ meat. Also try their poutine, and wash it all down with a Walkerville craft beer, all at a very reasonable price !
Buy pickerel and perch fillets or whole fish, freshly caught by the local fishermen. Next best thing to catching the fish yourself.
Loop Fisheries Limited
21120 Erie Street South
Buy pickerel and perch fillets or whole fish, freshly caught by the local fishermen. Next best thing to catching the fish yourself.
Tour the Pavilion grounds and learn the history of Pelee Island and Pelee Island Winery. The wine appreciation seminar gives you an inside look at the process of growing grapes and making wine, including the evolution of winemaking equipment throughout history (such as our antique European grape press). You’ll also learn about the fine art of making corks. The tour is highlighted by a video presentation in our theatre room. Finally, your tour includes wine tasting and complimentary Pelee Island Winery tasting glass. For those looking to enjoy a little bit of ‘Island Time’, relax in our outdoor wine garden with a glass of wine surrounded by vineyards overlooking Lake Erie. Light snacks, pizza and “you BBQ” items available at our Deli Hut pair nicely with your wine of choice while you enjoy live entertainment every Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
Pelee Island Winery Pavilion
20 East West Road
Tour the Pavilion grounds and learn the history of Pelee Island and Pelee Island Winery. The wine appreciation seminar gives you an inside look at the process of growing grapes and making wine, including the evolution of winemaking equipment throughout history (such as our antique European grape press). You’ll also learn about the fine art of making corks. The tour is highlighted by a video presentation in our theatre room. Finally, your tour includes wine tasting and complimentary Pelee Island Winery tasting glass. For those looking to enjoy a little bit of ‘Island Time’, relax in our outdoor wine garden with a glass of wine surrounded by vineyards overlooking Lake Erie. Light snacks, pizza and “you BBQ” items available at our Deli Hut pair nicely with your wine of choice while you enjoy live entertainment every Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
Arts
Free admission. The Leamington Arts Centre (LAC) is located in the heart of South Western Ontario’s beautiful uptown Leamington in one of the town’s many wonderful heritage buildings. The LAC is a 10,000 square foot, state-of-the-art, and fully accessible facility which offers three floors of galleries, meeting rooms, and education studio space.
Leamington Arts Centre
72 Talbot St W
Free admission. The Leamington Arts Centre (LAC) is located in the heart of South Western Ontario’s beautiful uptown Leamington in one of the town’s many wonderful heritage buildings. The LAC is a 10,000 square foot, state-of-the-art, and fully accessible facility which offers three floors of galleries, meeting rooms, and education studio space.